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    C.I. & Pit Bull Tires, together at last in one package...

    C.I. is now carrying Pit Bull Tire's, 2.2 Rock Beast 2 and the improved 1.9 Rock Beast which has a slightly thicker tire carcass to fight against tire punctures or rips.


    The 2.2 Rock Beast 2 is in stock and shipping here:

    Pit Bull Tires only:
    Pit Bull 2.2 Rock Beast 2 - Tire Pair

    Pit Bull Tires w/ C.I. Foams here:
    Pit Bull 2.2 Rock Beast 2 & 6.0 Double Deuce Foam Combo



    The 1.9 Rock Beast is in stock and shipping here:

    Pit Bull Tire w/ Pit Bull Foams:
    Pit Bull 1.9 Rock Beast Tire & Foam Pair

    Pit Bull Tires w/ C.I. Foams:
    Pit Bull 1.9 Rock Beast & 4.50 Lil' Nova Foam Combo
    Give 20 people the same chassis & axles, and they'll build a crawler 20 different ways.

    http://www.crawlerinnovations.com/

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    Here is the C.I. Wraith with the Pit Bull Tire Rock Beast 2 and C.I. Double Deuce Foams.










    Combo pictured on my wraith is:

    Wraith weight RTR: 7 pounds exactly

    Vanquish Wheels which are actually 1" (even though VP advertise 1.2").

    6.0 Double Deuce
    Narrow Inner / Medium Outer - Front (no tuning ring)
    Narrow Inner / Firm Outer - Rear (no tuning ring)
    Give 20 people the same chassis & axles, and they'll build a crawler 20 different ways.

    http://www.crawlerinnovations.com/

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    Saving for information... but I'll start with information in regards to the 1.9 Pit Bulls:


    Foam Recommendations are based on the RTR weight of your crawler. The heavier the crawler, the taller the inner you want to use.



    For crawlers weighing 6 pounds RTR or less, using 1.9 Rock Beasts tires;

    Front:
    4.25" Closed Cell Inner
    Front Outer = Soft (if used more for crawling)
    or
    Front Outer = Medium (if used more for trail riding / bashing)

    Rear:
    4.25" Closed Cell Inner
    Rear Outer = Medium
    or
    Rear Outer = Firm (if used more for trail riding / bashing)





    For crawlers weighing 7 pounds RTR or more, using 1.9 Rock Beasts tires;

    Front:
    4.50" Closed Cell Inner
    Front Outer = Soft (if used more for crawling or lighter in weight)
    or
    Front Outer = Medium (if used more for trail riding / bashing or heavier in weight)

    Rear:
    4.50" Closed Cell Inner
    Rear Outer = Medium
    or
    Rear Outer = Firm (if used more for trail riding / bashing or heavier in weight)



    I would only recommend the 4.75" Closed Cell for use in a 1.9 Rock Beast if the crawler is extremely heavy, 10 pounds+

    Give 20 people the same chassis & axles, and they'll build a crawler 20 different ways.

    http://www.crawlerinnovations.com/

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    I got my tires and foams in yesterday took them out for the first time today and man there AWESOME I love how the foams make the tire soft but still have a stiff sidewall. These things are perfect on my wraith and thanks so much Eddie for the great product and exceptional service you will defiantly see more orders from me.

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